All work is guaranteed and repairs are sealed and the original materials are used. Haven't had any customers complain about leaks.
You don't have ice jams and 4 ft of snow to contend with. Almost any Yo Yo can patch up drywall. I know it can be more convenient to do the cut out from above but I wouldn't want it done to my house.
This thread reminds me that I need to get back on my wheel improvement project.
You're not finished w/ that yet?
Figured I would dig up this old thread.
In the past two days, I have been stung twice. Once on my face (I have a thick beard) and once on the back of my head. I usually wear a veil, but both of these instances were just walking near the hive, and I've never had the slightest trouble in the past. Neither really hurt, but did give a headache. It took probably 10 minutes to get the stinger out of my face, then today I had a 10 minute drive to have my mom remove the stinger from the back of my head. So here's the question: what if one of these times a bee gets into my veil and stings my face or top or back of my head again, and I can't find the stinger to get it out. Will it just come out on its own eventually? Should I bother a neighbor to help me out? Should I just wash my hair and get on with life?
I had a stinger break off in my hand last summer. Could very well be that many have I just happened to be able to see this one. it never caused a problem. As Ace said I woudl be most concerned about an infection just as you might get form a splinter. Otherwise it took care of itself and thee was no pain involved like a splinter woudl cause. Of course not removing the stinger is going to cause the most sever sting due to the venom sac being able to deliver it's full dose.
I have had my bees become more aggressive even approaching the hive after I did something that ticked them off. they remain that wait for several days. If I give them two or three days they forget who I am again and all is well. I am thinking that bees have some sort of memory, most likely of the odor of certain things that they took as a high level threat.
I recently did a cut out and after moving the hive home I could not go near that hive without a bees suit for three days. A dozen bees would come directly at me anytime I got within 10 feet of that hive. I can't really blame them. They had just gotten their home completely destroyed. They have since settled down and I can open the top of the hive and not get a single bee to take flight. So hopefully whatever has your bees riled up they will get over in the next couple of days. I woudl suggest you investigate to see if they are being raided by anything such as a skunk at night. a raccoon. or anything else pestering them. That is if you have no other reason you know of for them to be all worked up.